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Delay in wagon induction causes Rs 1635 crore loss: CAG

Delay in wagon induction causes Rs 1635 crore loss: CAG

19 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Punching holes in the railways' freight management, the Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) has found deterioration in the various efficiency parameters causing hindrance in smooth goods train operations and sought streamlining of the monitoring mechanism.

railways freight management,   Comptroller and Auditor General,   CAG,   trains operation,   train wagon induction,   Indian railways,  
18 UP <strong>trains</strong> <strong>cancelled</strong> for over 45 days

18 UP trains cancelled for over 45 days

28 Nov 2014

Lucknow: Fog in many parts of Uttar Pradesh has forced the Indian Railways to cancel 18 trains from here, officials said on Friday.

18 UP trains,   Uttar Pradesh,   Indian Railways,   Fog,   Janata Express,   Allahabad-Haridwar Express,   Kumbh Express,   Lucknow-Barauni Express,  
More flights <strong>cancelled</strong> in UK after closure of airspace

More flights cancelled in UK after closure of airspace

13 Dec 2014

London: Several flights were cancelled at Heathrow Airport for the second consecutive day on Saturday after the London's airspace was temporarily closed due to a computer failure at country's national air traffic control centre.

Flights,   Heathrow Airport,   London airspace,   Computer failure,   Air traffic,  
More flights <strong>cancelled</strong> in UK after closure of airspace

More flights cancelled in UK after closure of airspace

13 Dec 2014

London: Several flights were cancelled at Heathrow Airport for the second consecutive day on Saturday after the London's airspace was temporarily closed due to a computer failure at country's national air traffic control centre.

UK flights cancelled,   airspace closure,   London's airspace closed,   air traffic control failure,   Heathrow,  
RPF teams to escort about 5000 <strong>trains</strong>

RPF teams to escort about 5000 trains

10 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Bolstering rail security,Railway Protection Force escort teams will soon be deployed in 5000 trains and their personnel equipped with mobile phones to remain connected with passengers.

Railway,  Railway Protection Force,   RPF,   GRP,  Naxalites,  
30 <strong>trains</strong> <strong>cancelled</strong> for January, February

30 trains cancelled for January, February

01 Nov 2014

New Delhi: Apprehending foggy conditions in the winter season, railways has decided to cancel 30 trains, mostly north bound, for 47 days from December 31 this year.

cancelled trains 2015,   trains cancelled,   January,   February,   2015,   fog,   trains,   winter,  
Hudhud effect: 38 <strong>trains</strong> <strong>cancelled</strong> for 12th October

Hudhud effect: 38 trains cancelled for 12th October

11 Oct 2014

New Delhi: Keeping in mind the safety of passengers, East Coast Railway has decided to cancel the services of 38 trains on October 12 when cyclone 'Hudhud' is expected to hit Odisha and Andhra Pradesh.

Hudhud effect,   38 trains cancelled,   12th October,   cyclone,   cyclonic storm,   natural calamity,   AP,  
Not asked to refund bookings: SpiceJet

Not asked to refund bookings: SpiceJet

06 Dec 2014

New Delhi: Budget passenger carrier SpiceJet on Saturday refuted reports that it has been asked by the regulator to refund bookings made beyond 30 days.

SpiceJet,   bookings refund,   flight travel agents,   DGCA,   Directorate General of Civil Aviation,   refunds on cancelled flights,  
PM Modi's visit to Janakpur in Nepal <strong>cancelled</strong>

PM Modi's visit to Janakpur in Nepal cancelled

21 Nov 2014

Kathmandu: Prime Minister Narendra Modi's planned visit to Janakpur, revered as the land of goddess Sita in Hindu mythology, has been cancelled, it was announced on Thursday.

PM Modi,   Modi in Nepal,   Modi's Nepal visit,   18th SAARC Summit,  
CAG raps railways for loss of Rs 314 crore on parcel cargo

CAG raps railways for loss of Rs 314 crore on parcel cargo

30 Nov 2014

New Delhi: The Comptroller and Auditor General (CAG) has found that railways suffered loss to the tune of over Rs 314 crores due to under-utilisation of parcel cargo express trains (PCET) and blamed the Railway Board for the lack of coordination and non-enforcement of the scheme.

Comptroller and Auditor General ,  CAG,   Parcel Cargo Express Trains ,  PCET,   Railway,  

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